Tequila Mockingbyrd have targeted 2017 as their year: with a new album, slew of new tour dates and a new British base to boot it’s now or never for the tough talking Aussie trio. HRH Mag’s Simon Rushworth met three women on a misson.
Here's to a fantastic 2017 to you all and we're hoping it will be a year to remember for fans of rock and metal in all of its wonderful guises.
HRH Mag Editor Simon Rushworth wasn’t expecting much from 2016 as far as new music was concerned but his pessimism was wildly misplaced. Here he wraps up a vintage year for rock and metal.
HRH Mag's Andy Spoors has rarely experienced a more enlightening year as far as new (and reimagined) rock and roll is concerned: here he brings you his top picks from 2016.
He's a fan of all things dark and heavy and HRH Mag's Richard Holmes has picked out a plethora of mind-bending metal to bring 2016 to a suitably gloomy close.
Another endearing female lead. Another respectful nod to the franchise's rich yet occasionally predictable past. Another chance to catch Vader in all of his black-cloaked glory. But in this case familiarity couldn't possibly breed contempt.
Everyone loves merch. And here at HRH Mag we love it more than most. But one of our favourite collections of the year just happened to come across via one of our favourite bands of 2016: the brilliant Black Stone Cherry!
Ramblin' Man Fair Looking for a more grown up and downsized alternative to Download? In its second year, Kent's Ramblin' Man Fair had it all: the big names, the rising stars and the wall-to-wall sunshine. Our favourite new summer destination rocked and this is what HRH Mag's Simon Rushworth had to say about Day One:
Marillion Marillion are seamlessly morphing into the godfathers of progressive rock but that's not to say they've lost the ability to shock as a compelling...
Exodus If Metallica stole a march on their metal brethren by releasing a first studio album in eight years towards the end of 2016, then...